United States: Former US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke lashed out at what he described as a do-nothing Congress in his new memoir, Courage to Act.
"Capitalism and government, it seems, have flourished without massive crises only during distinct and even limited periods of time when financial accountability functions."
Greenspan weaves personal experience and a career that spanned the good part of 60 years—18 of those at the helm of the US central bank—into economic analysis.
The Billionaire’s Apprentice Misses Its Aim As Indian-American Morality Play.
A highly-technical look at how the region came out of the global financial crisis in much better shape than most of its emerging market peers.
Transformation By Justin Keay How things change. A list of the best business, economics and finance books compiled pre-crisis would probably have focused on up-and-coming Internet companies, how to make a fortune on the stock exchange, how to invest ...
BOOKS —LOSING CONTROL By Stephen D. King The world is witnessing a massive redistribution of wealth as the West learns it can no longer live beyond its means, says HSBC's group chief economist Stephen D. King, author of ...